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  • DevSecOps Grows Up and Finds Itself a Community

    On June 28th, the first DevSecOps Days event came to London following a similar event in San Francisco in April. It kicked off with a welcome address from event founders, Mark Miller and John Willis, who explained that the intention is to replicate the DevOpsDays model and empower communities worldwide to stand up their own events.

  • Managing the Software Supply Chain with the "Grafeas" Metadata API and "Kritis" Deploy Authorization

    In a recent Google Cloud Platform (GCP) blog series exploring container security, the GCP team has presented further details of Grafeas -- a common API and language to store, query and retrieve metadata about software components -- and Kritis -- a proposed framework that enables the use of metadata stored in Grafeas to build and enforce real-time deployment policies with Kubernetes.

  • Chef Enhances Cloud Security Automation in InSpec 2.0

    Continuous automation vendor, Chef, has announced the availability of InSpec 2.0, a new version of Chef’s free open source tool that enables DevOps and cross-functional application, infrastructure and security teams to express security and compliance rules as code and assess and remediate compliance issues through the entire software delivery life cycle.

  • Microservices and Security

    When it comes to application security, we often include it as an afterthought. We have learnt how to add test into the development workflows, but with security we often assume someone else will come and fix it later on, Sam Newman claimed in his keynote at this year’s Microservices Conference in London.

  • Security in the Software Development Lifecycle

    Application security must be integrated into software development process. Late stage penetration testing is not sufficient because it will be too late and too expensive to fix mistakes. Steve Lipner from Microsoft spoke during the application security seminar at RSA conference last week about security in the software development lifecycle.

  • US Government: Proposed Assessment and Authorization for Cloud Computing

    Two weeks back the US CIO's office released a 90 page proposal entitled, Proposed Security Assessment and Authorization for US Government Cloud Computing. The document is the result of 18 months of work among the NIST, GSA, ISIMC and the CIO Council to evaluate security controls and multiple Assessment and Authorization models for US Government Cloud Computing.

  • AppSec DC: Neal Ziring on Application Assurance

    Neal Ziring said that the role for developers is changing where they have become the first line of defense for applications. Neal presented the keynote session at AppSec DC 2010 conference last week. He also talked about application assurance process with focus on aspects like resilience and visibility.

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